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Author Braybrook, Jean, author

Title Remy Belleau et l'art de guérir / Jean Braybrook
Published London, England : Versita, Versita Limited, 2013
©2013
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Description 1 online resource (213 pages)
Series Versita Discipline: Language, Literature
Versita discipline. Language, literature.
Summary This book starts by asking why a group of doctors produced an edition of Belleau in 1945. It then traces the motifs of sickness and healing in the poet's work, ranging more widely than critics have hitherto done, and considering La Reconnue and the Dictamen alongside the better-known texts. It suggests that the supposedly frivolous Belleau is a poet-doctor aiming to cure the reader of melancholy and to come to the aid of a war-torn France
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed May 29, 2015)
Subject Belleau, Remy, 1527?-1577.
French poetry.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 8376560204 (e-book)
9788376560205 (e-book)